Trees are our first love and most of our fields are dedicated to the propagating, grafting, budding and growing of trees.

The trees in our own fields are mainly deciduous and traditional favourites with a few modern twists thrown in. Beech, birch, oak, maples, Limes plus many, many more and a range of varieties within each species. Some upright, some for smaller gardens, for avenues, for shelter, for a play place for the kids whatever your requirements for a tree within your space we have it.This is just a small selection and if you don’t see what you’re looking for please do contact us.

We can advise on spring interest, on autumn colour, we have evergreen trees and we have a range of the most spectacular specimens with cubed heads, with roof forms and espaliered forms trees.

Betula pendula 'Youngii' / Weeping Birch 'Youngii'

A small but wide deciduous tree with a dome shaped crown of arching branches that weep to the ground with typical birch leaves that turn a yellow colour in the Autumn. A good option for fans of weeping trees, a lovely specimen

Not currently available 


Carpinus betulus

Carpinus betulus / Hornbeam

The Hornbeam is a lovely shaped, simple tree that, like the Beech, holds onto some of it's leaves after they have died, giving it cover throughout the year.  It is, unlike the similar Beech, unfussy to its location and soil and is faster growing.  It's catkins open in Spring and has hop like fruit in late Summer through to Autumn  

7L Pot   150-175cm     €15.00

Airpot   10-12cm girth            €90.00


Carpinus betulus Fastigiata

Carpinus betulus Fastigiata / Upright Hornbeam

This upright or Fastigiate hornbeam makes a superb specimen tree with its tidy upright head, it requires clipping once a year in mid- to late summer to keep it looking tidy. Although it is deciduous, it retains its coppery dead leaves throughout the winter so it remains an effective screen. Green catkins appear in spring and winged nuts develop in autumn.

18L    250-300cm             €45.00

160L pot   20-25cm girth   €320.00         

Please contact us to get an idea of the size of these mature trees 

Carpinus betulus

Carpinus betulus 'Pyramidalis'

Similar to the Carpinus Fastigiata but grown specifically in a pyramid shape. Lovely for a formal, structured garden or someone who prefers a little more structure in their garden.

50L pot    200-250cm    €90.00

60L pot    250-300cm      €135.00

Airpot      500-550cm     Specimens   €650.00  (limited numbers) 

Catalpa biganoides

Catalpa bignoides / Indian Bean Tree

A medium sized, wide spreading tree with a beautiful mid to late summer flower.   Stunning bell shaped creamy white flowers followed by long, bean like seed heads.  Light green large leaves maximum eventual height of 12m that likes a sunny position. Does grow up to 8m wide so needs a good space. 

35L pot   8-10cm girth      €70.00

Catalpa Bignoides 'Nana' 

Very similar to the standard tree but this has a mop head making it ideal for a feature tree for a small garden.

12-14cm Girth Standard tree   Potted    €150.00

Catalpa Bignoides 'Aurea'

A yellow-gold option of the Catalpa

12-14cm girth half-standard  Potted  €130.00 

 Corylus avellana 'Contorta'

Corylus avellana 'Contorta' / Corkscrew Hazel

The Corkscrew or Contorted Hazel is a small tree with highly contorted or twisted branches. Large green  leaves with long yellow catkins in Winter through to Spring. A lovely addition to any garden and fantastic for cutting and using in flower arrangements.  Not fussy to position or soil and total height 4metres.

36L pot  100-125cm tall   €45.00

Cotoneaster cornubia

Cotoneaster cornubia

This is a vigorous, semi-evergreen tree or shrub. It can be grown as a hedge screen or as a tree. It grows to around 7 metres tall and year round interest, dark green leaves, white clusters of flowers at mid summer and masses of red berries in Autumn and the leaves turn yellow.   Fantastic tree for screening 

10L pot    175-200cm tall     €25.00

14-16cm   tall  Airpot    €105.00


Cotoneaster hybridus Pendula

Cotoneaster hybridus Pendula

Pretty, small white flowers in Summer followed by an abundance of bright red Autumn berries. This upright evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub forms a lovely tree with weeping branches when grown as a standard. Like most Cotoneasters, it can tolerate a wide range of conditions including dry conditions, frost and an exposed position.


10L pot      175-200cm tall      €25.00

Crateagus Pauls Scarlet

Crateagus Pauls Scarlet / Red Hawthorn

This Red Hawthorn is a small rounded deciduous tree with green, glossy leaves and pink/red double flowers and being of the Hawthorn family it is thorned but its late spring show is truly magnificent.  Eventual height under 5metres.

Freshly potted trees will be ready soon 

Fagus sylvatica

Fagus sylvatica / Green beech

Beech either in tree or hedge form is a popular but glorious sight around the country and is an extremely smart option for a hedge and windbreak, being semi-evergreen with its striking autumn/winter colours and also as a tree with the added benefit of giving some coverage in the winter months without the price tag of the evergreen options. It is however slow growing so unless you are very patient then we would recommend a slightly larger size. 

14-16cm girth    Airpot           €120.00 

16-18cm girth    Airpot           €185.00

More sizes available soon 

Fagus sylvatica

Fagus sylvatica 'Daywycks Green & Purple'

The Dawyck Beech trees are a fantastic upright alternative to the more commonly used Hornbeam & Oak. It has a very columnar form and like other Beech trees holds onto its leaves it the winter months.  It will grow up to 15metres but stays upright very well.  The Dawyck comes in several colours Green just know as Dawyck or Dawyck Gold or Dawyck Purple.  We don't currently have Gold available but have both other colours in the following specimen sizes

3metre tall   airpot      €200.00   (Limited Numbers)

4metre tall   70L Pot      €390.00

Fagus sylvatica Purpurea

Fagus sylvatica Purpurea / Purple or Copper Beech

The Beech is large but slow growing tree which colours a beautiful copper in late Autumn, the Purple beech has deep purple leaves that come in Spring that turn copper in the Autumn but the tree does hold onto some of these leaves throughout the Winter until the new shoots force them to fall.  Likes well draining soil and does not reach its full height of 12-15m for 50 years.

All coming soon, potted earlier this year